It seems to me that when it comes to modern telephony I’m about four years behind the curve…
A Boston company has developed a game designed to help kids with asthma, one of the most common chronic illnesses among children.
A high-tech way to grab a cab? Now there’s an app for that.
The company believes the app should speed up lines because users won’t have to wait for change or for credit cards to be processed.
Boston officials are testing an app called Street Bump that allows drivers to automatically report the road hazards to the city as soon as they hear that unfortunate “thud,” with their smartphones doing all the work.
Even at a sturdy 70 tons, the North Atlantic right whale is no match for the huge ships that cross its path carrying cargo, passengers and the threat of lethal collisions.
Paying for every day purchases with a smart phone is getting more popular, but many shoppers wonder if it is safe.
Natick-based Vivox has found that it’s app called Bobsled, which offers free calling through a mobile device browser, is hugely popular.
Nuance Communications of Burlington is buying Vlingo, a company it sued earlier this year. The lawsuit alleged that Vlingo violated a Nuance patent.
All you need is the idea and an internet connection and others will do the work for you for free.